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    Re: HOWTO: Special Characters made easier

    Thank you Buck, I needed exactely this line two recover my .XCompose file - if anyone is interested in productiv AncientGreek writing, I've written an "additiō Graeca" for .XCompose to be combined...
  2. [SOLVED] Re: Polytonic-Greek xkb-Symbols-list wanted (keyboard layout)

    Sorry, forgot the attachments :) Here they are. NOTE: I had to rename them into ".txt" files, because the upload system of the Ubuntu forums does not find them without extension. Please remove the...
  3. [SOLVED] Re: Polytonic-Greek xkb-Symbols-list wanted (keyboard layout)

    Hello everybody,

    I've found and easier solution for this myself, just a bit later. I gave up hunting the "0xfe53" codes and simply reused some dead key codenames originally listed for latin...
  4. [SOLVED] Re: Polytonic-Greek xkb-Symbols-list wanted (keyboard layout)

    Hello :)

    I have found the file(Precise Pangolin = 12.04):

    This the good news! The bad news are twofold:

    1. there are now "mnemonic names" like
  5. [ubuntu] (12.04) Where are xkb-keysyms mapped unto Unicode-signs?

    Dear Forum members:

    I would describe myself as "slightly experienced": I know where keysymdef.h is to be found (thanks to this tutorial)


    I also learned to make new keymaps...
  6. [SOLVED] Re: Polytonic-Greek xkb-Symbols-list wanted (keyboard layout)


    I tried to find this definition file in the X11 and X11/xkb directories - but so far I was not able to find it - could any moderator or Admin move my thread to General Help? I guess this is...
  7. [SOLVED] Polytonic-Greek xkb-Symbols-list wanted (keyboard layout)

    Dear Forum-members,

    I was quite content with this old thread here when I created a keyboard layout for continually writing in Latin with macrons and occasionally with brevia, too.

    But as I also...
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